Title sequence ideas

I want to take quite an illustrative route in my title sequence and avoid using film where possible. One idea I've had through browsing the internet is to create a large illustration which tells the story of Robin Hood or has objects relating to the story and filming it panning down/across. Using as little effects in post production as possible.

Another idea I've had to create a book which features the credits/objects etc and film the book being flicked through, like the beggining of Shrek, where the story is introduced through a storybook. However I'd like to take a more photographic/illustrative approach and possibly create an interactive book and film someone using it.

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Projection is also something I'm interested in, although I don't know how I would go about this. I'd like to project illustrations or stop animations onto the walls of Nottingham castle for example, or on a textured surface as this is just an idea and I don't know if you'd be able to get permission to project on the castle. & film the projections to create a title sequence.

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